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Link Posted: 1/26/2017 7:50:20 AM EST
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Originally Posted By RetroJaxGuy:
Postman brought some goodies today. Finally received my shipment of parts from Numrich which included the proper screws for the buttplate, the stamped Thompson sling swivel, screws that go with it, and the shell lifter screw I was missing.

http://i.imgur.com/TqJ7zewh.jpg

Next up is to make the front washer sling swivel. Already have an idea of how I'm going to do it in mind. If it turns out well I'd be happy to make one for anyone else that'd want one, here's looking at you dsbock.
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We'll want to see pics of the finished result and how you did it, of course.
Link Posted: 1/26/2017 11:40:26 AM EST
Don't forget to silver solder one of these bases on to your cut down Remington 11 barrel

Remington raised front sight base for shotguns

Keeps you to the original point of aim. I tried cutting my Remington model 11 with just a bead and it was off and added this and it was back to normal.

Link Posted: 1/26/2017 5:38:16 PM EST
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Originally Posted By RetroJaxGuy:
The original Model 11 riot guns had a sling swivel that was screwed right into the magazine tube cap. I don't want to permanently alter mine seeing as they're nigh impossible to find.
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If they use the same thread pattern as the Browning Auto 5, Brownells has a few magazine tube caps in stock both with and without the swivel.

I may be ordering one soon along with the friction ring parts.

David
Link Posted: 1/27/2017 12:03:00 PM EST
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Originally Posted By dsbock:
If they use the same thread pattern as the Browning Auto 5, Brownells has a few magazine tube caps in stock both with and without the swivel.

I may be ordering one soon along with the friction ring parts.

David
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The Remington 11 has the same magazine threads as the 870/1100.
Perhaps one of their magazine tube caps will work?
Link Posted: 1/27/2017 4:06:21 PM EST
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Originally Posted By ServiceGun:

The Remington 11 has the same magazine threads as the 870/1100.
Perhaps one of their magazine tube caps will work?
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Yes the thread pattern is the same as 870/1100, in fact you can use factory 870 extensions on the 11 and the Savage 720, 745 series as well. I just checked my 11 and Savage today.
Link Posted: 1/28/2017 11:18:36 PM EST
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Originally Posted By cherenkov:


Yes the thread pattern is the same as 870/1100, in fact you can use factory 870 extensions on the 11 and the Savage 720, 745 series as well. I just checked my 11 and Savage today.
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Originally Posted By cherenkov:
Originally Posted By ServiceGun:

The Remington 11 has the same magazine threads as the 870/1100.
Perhaps one of their magazine tube caps will work?


Yes the thread pattern is the same as 870/1100, in fact you can use factory 870 extensions on the 11 and the Savage 720, 745 series as well. I just checked my 11 and Savage today.
Good to know.  Thanks for checking that.

David
Link Posted: 1/29/2017 3:47:24 PM EST
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This thread needs more pics!

Savage - Stevens Shotguns in my collection (Note I mounted the swivel on the mag cap on the auto):


And The Winchesters 1887 and Trench are IAC copies.


Remingtons Model 10, 11 and 31


Ithaca DS Police and Remington 870 Police
Link Posted: 2/3/2017 6:51:08 PM EST
Do you think this shotgun is legit ?
Looks phony to me but I'm far from an expert. For one thing, I don't think they ever made a Model 67 in Trench Gun style, for another GHD was a WW II inspector, not VN era

http://www.gunbroker.com/item/618208534

http://www.goordnance.army.mil/hof/1990/1996/drewry.html
Link Posted: 2/3/2017 7:26:26 PM EST
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Originally Posted By bondo:
Do you think this shotgun is legit ?
Looks phony to me but I'm far from an expert. For one thing, I don't think they ever made a Model 67 in Trench Gun style, for another GHD was a WW II inspector, not VN era

http://www.gunbroker.com/item/618208534

http://www.goordnance.army.mil/hof/1990/1996/drewry.html
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I'm going with phony too. You're right about the inspector mark.
Link Posted: 2/3/2017 7:45:03 PM EST
Somebody should prolly call the guy out on it. Somebody is going to pay a lot of money for that , but I guess they should do their homework first.
Link Posted: 2/4/2017 4:38:14 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Engineer5:


I'm going with phony too. You're right about the inspector mark.
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Looks like a faux trench - Although I do like the looks of the 67 with the Heat Shield - Why didn't I think of that? Certainly makes the 67/77 series look better even though I don't think they were ever factory outfitted in that config.
Link Posted: 2/14/2017 6:37:37 PM EST
I finally received replacement recoil parts for my 1920 vintage Model 11 Remington.  Brownells was out of the recoil spring for a while.  I now have a new recoil spring, friction piece, friction spring, and friction ring for my shotgun.  Actually, I got two of each since I also have a Savage 720.

Even better, while I was getting everything put together (thanks to Pat Sweeney for the proper order of friction ring assembly), my wife brought me a bowl with left over melted chocolate from the chocolate covered strawberries she made for dessert.  This is after making cocktail sauce for the shrimp appetizer.  She's making steak with baked potatoes for dinner.  If I hadn't already gotten her to marry me, I'd propose again.

Next on the project list is shortening the barrel and moving the front sight to the new muzzle.  After that sling swivels, metal clean up, and re-finishing.

It's good to have a winter project.

David
Link Posted: 2/14/2017 9:09:21 PM EST
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Originally Posted By cherenkov:
This thread needs more pics!

Savage - Stevens Shotguns in my collection (Note I mounted the swivel on the mag cap on the auto):
http://i1286.photobucket.com/albums/a607/X-ray6/72b89d25-293e-4115-82d2-0640f160dced_zpsgv4cqaqm.jpg

And The Winchesters 1887 and Trench are IAC copies.
http://i1286.photobucket.com/albums/a607/X-ray6/DSCN3662_zps0pcpzlv6.jpg

Remingtons Model 10, 11 and 31
http://i1286.photobucket.com/albums/a607/X-ray6/7fb2fed2-9eb4-47e6-a4f5-52bce7cb1c03_zpshnac7mav.jpg

Ithaca DS Police and Remington 870 Police
http://i1286.photobucket.com/albums/a607/X-ray6/3d203b22-add9-4e2d-b316-a093dbbbd8a6_zps4qz3dlnp.jpg
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OOOOHH! I always wanted that over folder Remington police stock and shotgun. I have seen a few but didn't want to spend $100 for the stock. Still very cool. How is it in practical use? I tried a Mossberg 590 and a heavy over folder POS. Hated both and sold both. Only shotgun I ever sold.
Link Posted: 2/15/2017 5:02:52 AM EST
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Originally Posted By imdBman:


OOOOHH! I always wanted that over folder Remington police stock and shotgun. I have seen a few but didn't want to spend $100 for the stock. Still very cool. How is it in practical use? I tried a Mossberg 590 and a heavy over folder POS. Hated both and sold both. Only shotgun I ever sold.
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Its actually not bad to shoot with 2 3/4 loads - I normally use Remington and Suprema buck as they are cheap and not too stout. 3" Buck loads are a little more stout in the metal stock. Surprisingly, its not uncomfortable as other stocks, but Cheek weld sucks in the cold though - its metal. However, it is not as comfortable as a fixed stock. I have a spare Police Walnut set for this gun as well. Shooting from the grip (stock collapsed) isn't practical but have used it just for fun shooting it that way.
Link Posted: 2/15/2017 4:08:34 PM EST


Link Posted: 2/15/2017 7:03:18 PM EST
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Originally Posted By mech4matsnova:
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Okay, where's the rest of it???
Link Posted: 2/15/2017 8:14:30 PM EST
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looks like mine             ( wops I see mins CYL and the other is RIOT )









 couple others













not quite done still needs the big parts parked the front  sling swivel changed out and another but pad fitted that ones not as wide as the stock I do have a NOS one to use I think I like the sling on it not sure what it is its extra long with no clip m-60 ?

and an oldie with US marking it was shortened wean I got it 









Link Posted: 2/15/2017 10:02:04 PM EST
Nice stuff in here guys.

Here are mine:



Link Posted: 2/16/2017 12:00:57 AM EST
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Originally Posted By cherenkov:


Its actually not bad to shoot with 2 3/4 loads - I normally use Remington and Suprema buck as they are cheap and not too stout. 3" Buck loads are a little more stout in the metal stock. Surprisingly, its not uncomfortable as other stocks, but Cheek weld sucks in the cold though - its metal. However, it is not as comfortable as a fixed stock. I have a spare Police Walnut set for this gun as well. Shooting from the grip (stock collapsed) isn't practical but have used it just for fun shooting it that way.
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Thanks for the info. It sure looks COOL!
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